Transatlantic Slavery: Against Human Dignity

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Anthony Tibbles, Anthony H. Tibbles
Liverpool University Press, 1 янв. 2005 г. - Всего страниц: 180
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Between 1500 and 1870, European traders transported millions of Africans to the Americas to work as slaves—yet despite the wealth of scholarship on this period, many people remain uninformed about the history of the slave trade and its implications for the modern black experience.
Published to accompany a permanent gallery in the Merseyside Maritime Museum, Transatlantic Slavery documents this era through essays on women in slavery, the impact of slavery on West and Central Africa, and the African view of the slave trade. Richly illustrated, it reveals how the slave trade shaped the history of three continents—Africa, the Americas, and Europe—and how all of us continue to live with its consequences.

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Foreword
7
Introduction
13
Enslavement and the Middle Passage
25
Some Technical Aspects of Slave Ships
31
African Resistance to Enslavement
37
Caribbean Slave Society
47
Women in Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
57
ANTHONY TIBBLES
131
Liverpool and the English Slave Trade
152
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Dr Richard Benjamin is Head of the International Slavery Museum, part of the National Museums Liverpool. Dr David Fleming OBE is Director of National Museums of Liverpool.

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